ANNOUNCEMENT: ILE Internationalization Master Series

Subject: ANNOUNCEMENT: ILE Internationalization Master Series
From: Bill Burns <BillDB -at- ILE -dot- COM>
Date: Wed, 24 Mar 1999 11:39:54 -0700

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ILE presents

Developing documentation to capture the world market

A one-day workshop

Denver, CO March 31st
Chicago, IL April 21st
Irvine, CA June 9th
New York, NY August 25th
Atlanta, GA September 29th
Richardson, TX November 10th

Internationalization is a critical step in the document development process
and can help you deliver high-quality products on schedule, giving you a
competitive edge in the global marketplace.

Benefits of internationalizing documentation:
- Reduces contextual errors made by translators
- Eliminates the need to generate language-specific versions
- Reduces overall localization costs on future product versions by 40% -60%
- Ensures consistency between versions
- Makes new versions and updates easier from one generation of a product to
the next
- Increases the end-user acceptance of your product message
- Decreases time to market

Who can benefit from this workshop?

1) Organizations releasing products globally who want to improve their
documentation processes

2) Companies planning to release products globally for the first time

2) Technical writers who typically write for a US audience and want to learn
development techniques for audiences from other countries and cultures

3) Technical writers and management who want to learn internationalization
techniques that can help improve both their documentation development
processes and their overall translation/localization success

4) Organizations planning on receiving a significant sales contribution from
international markets

To receive a detailed agenda for this workshop or to enroll, call
1.800.998.4532 ext.7611.

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